Seventh District Women Back Rich McCormick
100+ Female Leaders Rally Behind Marine Pilot and ER Doctor
More than 100 women leaders in Georgia’s Seventh Congressional District are lending their support to Republican nominee, Dr. Rich McCormick. The leaders include several county commissioners, state representatives and Georgia’s Republican National Committeewoman.
“My opponent wants voters to believe the Republican Party ‘has repeatedly shown profound disrespect for women’ forgetting that the GOP is led by a woman and Republican women were the primary force behind the women’s suffrage movement and the passage of the 19th Amendment,” said Dr. McCormick. “I am proud so many strong, female Republican leaders have lent their name in support of my candidacy and against politics of division perpetrated by the left.”
“Women are rallying behind Dr. McCormick because he puts people over politics and Rich has demonstrated time and again that his first priority is serving his community, said Duluth Mayor Nancy Harris. “Carolyn Bourdeaux believes women are single-issue voters and that’s condescending. To me, a history of selfless service is more important than a candidate’s gender,” added Forsyth County Commissioner Laura Semanson.
The 110 women leaders lending their name in support of Dr. McCormick include:
Dr. Debra Miller
Abigail Evelyn Torres
Dr. Leela Maxa
State Rep. Bonnie Rich
Dr. Latisha Bilbrew
Commissioner Molly Cooper
Commissioner Cindy Jones Mills